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Green’s Folly keeps County Cup title

Green’s Folly County Cup Captain Jimmy Clay had said a good start Saturday at Halifax Country Club was a key to his team holding on to the County Cup.

Comets golfers advance to Northwest Region Tourney

The Halifax County High School golf team did not achieve one of its two goals in Monday’s Western Valley District Championship Golf Tournament at Westlake Golf & Country Club in Hardy.

Comets harriers outrun Dan River, Hargrave

The times may have been a little slower, but that didn’t deter the Halifax County High School boys and girls cross country teams from sweeping Wednesday’s tri-meet at Edmunds Park. 

Comets look to knock off Magna Vista

Halifax County High School Head Coach Dave Wojtecki knows his Comets team has a tough job on its hand when it faces Magna Vista High School tonight at 7 p.m. in Ridgeway. 

Miscues foil Comets in loss to Magna Vista


It was a another chapter in what has become a too-familiar story.

Big trucks take over at South Boston Speedway

The country’s two most well-known and popular Monster Trucks ruled Saturday’s Monster Invasion at South Boston Speedway.

Comets volleyball hosting Breast Cancer Awareness Night

The Comets’ varsity and jayvee volleyball teams are hosting Breast Cancer Awareness Night at the home matches against GW on Thursday.

Late rally by Comets JVs falls short

The Halifax County High School junior varsity football team’s late bid for a win in Thursday night’s game here against the Magna Vista High School jayvees came up short as Magna Vista High School escaped with a 22-20 win.

Competition cheer squad wins at Amherst

The Halifax County High School varsity competition cheerleaders placed first in the Varsity Division and also were named overall Grand Champion at the Third Annual Lancer Cheer Invitational Sept. 23rd at Amherst High School.

Following script, HC scores first WVD win

For the Comets’ varsity volleyball team to challenge Patrick Henry and Franklin County for a Western Valley District championship, it must take advantage of its strengths at the net and behind the service line.